Strawberry Orange Dream Smoothie

strawberry orange smoothie

The other night after work, Fabi brought me home a HUGE pack of fresh organic strawberries he picked up on his way home. I have mentioned on here a million times that strawberries are my favorite fruit, so I was ecstatic to see a huge box of fresh strawberries come through the door! After a few days, I realized the box was a little too big for the two of us to finish within a few days before they go bad, so it became a challenge to find ways to use them up towards the end. Today I used some to make this fresh strawberry orange smoothie. This smoothie recipe reminds me of this smoothie place in the mall we had growing up, and my mom, brother and I would always get a strawberry smoothie. I could always tell there was oranges inside, and I loved the taste. They are so good! This strawberry orange smoothie is the perfect breakfast to start your day, since it is light and won’t weigh you down and make you sluggish.

strawberry smoothie preparation

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Strawberry Orange Dream Smoothie
Prep time
Type: Drink
Serves: 2
  • ½ cup plain, non-fat Greek yogurt
  • ¼ cup organic soy milk
  • ¼ cup orange juice
  • ½ cup fresh organic strawberries, hulled
  • ½ cup frozen organic strawberries
  • ½ orange, peeled
  • 1 tsp honey
  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until everything is chopped up and smooth.
Makes 2 smoothies


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  1. john@kitchenriffs says:

    I can’t get enough strawberries at this time of the year! We have them for breakfast almost every morning – a big bowl of them with yogurt on top. Your smoothie looks terrific – something I should try to change the pace. Thanks for this.

  2. Erika says:

    Kristi, I was JUST dreaming about an orange/yogurt smoothie this morning–this looks so good! Have you ever had an orange julius? I used to love those SO much but haven’t had one in years…anyway, this reminds me of a healthier version, plus strawberries! Loving that first photo 🙂

  3. amy @ fearless homemaker says:

    I looooove smoothies and could drink one every day, no problemo! Yours looks SO delicious. I have some strawberries and pineapple already chopped up in the fridge – may have to try a variation on this tomorrow morning!

  4. cakewhiz says:

    i loveeee smoothies. i usually make a strawberry and banana smoothie but this version with oranges looks SOOOO GOOD! plus, i love the pink color 😉

  5. Coffee and Crumpets says:

    Love the vibrant pink colour and your photos are gorgeous! I love strawberries too and put them in everything. I made a strawberry slushie yesterday but added a big dollop of whipped cream …wasn’t that healthy but was way yummy! Thank you for stopping by my site and leaving such a wonderful comment. I am glad to have found you!


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